"Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public events with multiple perspectives.
Additional Descriptive Notes: Mexican American Stories and Interviews; Living on the Dime Events; Redlands, California
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